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Funeral Homes & Directors In Sioux City

Funeral Homes & Directors

Below is a list of businesses listed within our directory which provide Funeral Homes & Directors services. If you do not see your business within the list below, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.

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Business Listing   Christy-Smith Funeral Homes - Berkemier Chapel - Sioux City, IA - Phone: (712) 233-2489

Business Listing   Christy-Smith Funeral Homes - Larkin Chapel - Sioux City, IA - Phone: (712) 239-9918

Business Listing   Meyer Brothers Funeral Homes - Sioux City, IA - Phone: (877) 409-2399

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Helpful Definition for: Funeral Homes & Directors

Sioux City has funeral homes and directors available. Deaths are never easy things to deal with, and it is important to have a ceremony befitting the person's life and legacy. A funeral home is the place where the burial or funeral service takes place. A number of different types of services are available, such as cremations, burials, viewings, church funerals, graveside services, personalized memorials. The arrangements for the service are made by a funeral director, also called a mortician or undertaker. His duties include embalming (if desired), burial or cremation of the deceased. Funeral homes usually comprise viewing rooms, a preparation room for embalming, a chapel and a place from where caskets can be selected. The home in Sioux City can also have a hearse for transporting the mortal remains of the deceased, along with a flower car or a limousine. Funeral directors are state licensed, and funeral homes are usually run as family businesses with a few local employees.

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